The name indicates, that this vineyard was traditionally owned by the church – the best proof for prime vineyards. An intense nose with a hint of ripe apples, quinces, apricots, citrus and honey is complemented by a mineral note. On the palate the pleasant sweetness harmoniously penetrates the acidity. Surprising length and “aftertaste”.
Our Riesling goes extremely well with fish and meat, but also with vegetarian dishes and creamy soup.